Americans are Taking More Road Trips, but Their Tires are Expired
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) research found that of the 11,500 passenger vehicles they inspected, almost half had at least one tire only 50% tread remaining. An additional 10% had at least one tire that was bald.
UVeye & SIA Webinar on the benefits of leveraging deep learning & computer vision to assist advanced vehicle fraud prevention, and the opportunities for using Ai to combat HLS and other access control challenges.
The way customers buy cars has changed, and probably forever. Rather than spending hours browsing car lots to find the perfect vehicle, shoppers are increasingly spending their time online to narrow down their selection. On average, shoppers spend around 14 hours online researching to find the right vehicle, according to Cox Automotive. Ultimately, many of those shoppers would buy a car sooner if online car sales are an option.
UVeye to Unveil New Vehicle “Fingerprint” System for Security Industry
UVeye, a leading developer of vehicle threat-detection systems for the security industry, is
introducing technology that can create a virtual “fingerprint” for any vehicle that receives a
UVeye underbody scan.
Safety first at UVeye: Making an impact with remote capabilities
With the spread of coronavirus forcing people to work from home for their safety and health, there are many challenges when operating a business from a distance. Not all employers recognize this transformation as positive, while managers oppose this verdict due to the difficulties in controlling remote workers and their productivity. At UVeye, we are in a unique position to see the practical impact in real-time.
Access Control & Intelligent Vehicle Screening (UVIS)
When securing a sensitive facility against unwanted threats, there are several challenges that need to be addressed. Whether you are trying to protect an embassy, bank, power plant, data center, military base or airport, no perimeter is tightly secure until all of the people and vehicles entering are screened in the right manner.
It is clear that during times of emergency our society still needs functioning vehicles to take workers to hospitals and goods to grocery stores. Fleets need to keep working and fulfilling important demands while keeping personnel safe at all times.